Updates to our Terms of Use

We are updating our Terms of Use. Please carefully review the updated Terms before proceeding to our website.

Thursday, June 13, 2024 | Back issues
Courthouse News Service Courthouse News Service

IKEA Class Action

An appeals court in California revived a putative class action against IKEA brought by customers who claim they were asked to provide their ZIP codes for “unauthorized purposes” while making in-store credit card purchases. The court found that the class is “ascertainable.”

SAN DIEGO – An appeals court in California revived a putative class action against IKEA brought by customers who claim they were asked to provide their ZIP codes for “unauthorized purposes” while making in-store credit card purchases. The court found that the class is “ascertainable.”

Categories / Appeals, Business, Consumers

Subscribe to Closing Arguments

Sign up for new weekly newsletter Closing Arguments to get the latest about ongoing trials, major litigation and hot cases and rulings in courthouses around the U.S. and the world.

Loading...